For those stereotypically college student days, here are four coffee houses on campus and around the District for when you need a caffeine boost.
June 12, 2017
Volume 114, Issue 4
Stories from the June 12, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
After its pilot semester, law school faculty decided to renew the GWNY program where students study corporate and business law with alumni in New York City.
The pay hike marks the second straight year that Knapp’s total compensation has grown, a trend experts said was likely to continue.
If you chose GW to take part in grassroots activism, here are some student organizations that will bring you to the front lines.
Your peppy leaders will show you the campus highlights, but they won’t disclose every detail about what the next four years might bring.
Editorial boards provide a human perspective on the news by telling them why they should care about what’s happening and how it can impact them.
When the Class of 2021 arrives on campus, new University President Thomas LeBlanc will be experiencing a year at GW for the first time alongside them.
Adjusting to campus slang can be difficult, so here are some of the terms and phrases that will make you sound like a super senior.
A group of students is aiming to solve the murder of a former Democratic National Committee employee found dead in Northwest D.C. in July.
As millions watched former FBI director James Comey testify before Congress Thursday, legal and political faculty were helping to lead the conversation online.